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neighborhood where that shooting took place, and they are telling us they are not surprised by the violence. >> my kids were playing with the neighbor, basketball, so they came running to say that somebody was shooting. >> just before 6:00 tonight, phoenix police were called to this area near 67th avenue and van buren for reports of gunshots. when they arrived they found two men with gunshot wounds, one victim died at the scene. his nephew, a 20-year-old man, was taken to the hospital but is expected to survive. daniel rodriguez who the area wasn't surprised by all of the police activity. >> lately, i have been hearing gunshots every time, so i don't think that's safe for our kids with all of this stuff. >> police still aren't sure of a motive for the shooting but say there's as many as four suspects involved, all hispanic males who fled in a four door sedan after the shooting. rodriguez is hoping the violence will stop. >> i hope we get a better neighborhood. there's hope that it won't happen again.
not know the identities of the victims in this case at this time. and we are still waiting for a condition update on that surviving victim. reporting live, danielle miller, fox 10 news. all right, danielle, thank you for that report. and in a developing story, a suspected teenage intruder is shot after a tolleson man wakes up to find two people in his home. police were called to the scene this morning right near 99th avenue and lower buckeye road. you can see a large presence of police there from skyfox. they say that he found two people inside, including a 15-year-old boy. the homeowner then shot the teen two times in the back but that teenager is expected to survive. both suspects were taken into custody. people who live in that area, they say they were shocked to find out the suspect who was shot is just a teenager. >> now you're in the hospital and you're going to have to deal with, you know, the legalities. you're going to have to deal with your medical expenses.
>> and tonight we have no word on the suspects' identities. in a fox follow-up, a valley business is helping a 7-year-old boy who is recovering from a tragic motor boat accident. back in june the boy, named dylan, was thrown from the boat while vacationing in lake powell. he was hit by a propeller and his jaw and right leg were amputated. dylan's mom says recovering better than expected buthe rehab and prosthetics, so there is an auction for a ford mustang, and all of the proceeds will be donated. >> insurance only goes so far, so having the money to do that and get him the best prosthetics possible is what it really helps out. >> you can register for the raffle online. we have a link for you at
clinton and donald trump are down to the wire now in the presidential election with only four days to go. the candidates and their surrogates are spending a lot of time, as much time as possible, campaigning in battleground states. president obama campaigning for clinton in charlotte, north carolina, an important battleground state for both candidates. he continued his attacks on trump, saying he is unfit for office. >> if you disrespect the constitution when you're running for president, you'll disrespect the constitution even after you've sworn an oath to uphold and protect it. >> reporter: meanwhile, trump spending part of his day in hershey pennsylvania, a state where the latest polls show clinton leading trump by 4%, trump criticizing clinton for bringing celebrities to her rallies. tonight she campaigned with beyonce and jay z in ohio.
me, no guitar, no piano, no nothing. but you know what we do have? all of us, and it's all the same. >> meanwhile, donald trump, jr. spoke to supporters in downtown gilbert, saying voters fed up with washington. >> they make promises that they can't keep, and yet we keep accepting it. four years later, what's different with this batch? absolutely nothing. absolutely nothing. and that's what we are up >> andy biggs and state republican party chairman graham also spoke at the event. also this weekend two former presidential candidates will be rallying support for the candidates right here in the valley. tomorrow, ben carson will give a speech at 2:30 in the afternoon at the arizona republican party headquarters in phoenix, and then he'll attend another event at 35th street and shea. and bernie sanders also coming back to arizona to
clinton on sunday. senator sanders will be speaking in phoenix at 11:45 in the morning. here in the valley, we are seeing some more long wait times at early voting locations, people in the county turning out in unprecedented numbers, some of them saying they waited more than four hours to vote. and the issues, some voters in carefree saying they were told they couldn't vote well before the polls were set to close tonight. marcy jones has the story tonight for us. >> reporter: that's right, marc, i talked to a voter tonight and she said ironically she wanted to vote early to avoid the complete nightmare, in her own words, that was the primary election. she waited for five and a half hours then. she said she wanted to vote
fiasco, but she said what happened tonight was even more confusing. >> you should have turned in your early ballot. you should have turned in the form and dropped it off and there wouldn't have been an issue. >> that's what she said she was told when she showed up to vote early today. angela was puzzled. >> this doesn't seem right. i'm here an hour and a half early. i would like to vote. and he said, well, you can't, or you're welcome to wait in the sun, but, you know, you're not >> according to voters, this makeshift sign was put out at 3:00, 90 minutes before the polls were set to close. angela says the police were called to clear out the some 50 people behind her, who she says were also in line well before the polls were set to close. >> i knew the polling workers want to leave on time, i really do, but to set it an hour and a half early, to close it down,
notice about it on the website, it doesn't seem right. >> even though she could have mailed in her ballot, angela said she wanted the experience of going to the polls, adding she purposefully didn't go election day to avoid a repeat of the primary elections. >> earlier this year, i stayed in line for almost five and a half hours to vote, because i feel it's that important. so this time, i wanted to do my earlier voting so i wouldn't have to do that, and it was really just as much of a >> now, here's a little bit of good news. angela said that luckily she was able to vote today because a man in front of her, the last person that was allowed in, gave up his voting right and actually let angela in to vote, because he said his wife had already voted and that would count for him as well, in theory. now, mcso responded to us after we asked why they were called to carefree. they said that according to a volunteer there at the polls that people were upset because
and people came at 4:30. but that's not what angela said. she said she was this at 3:00 and was already being turned away. a federal appeals court has blocked an arizona law making it a felony to collect early ballots. just days before the election day, a big win for the democratic get out the vote effort. this means it will not be a cr door from early ballot voters who may not be able to get to the polls, maybe they don't have a car, and deliver them to the polling places. some republicans have raised concern about the practice saying it could potentially lead to voter fraud. coming up, sentencing of a tuscon man in a terror case.
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mvd office and an air force recruit center in tuscon. we also heard from an fbi agent who tried to get mental health treatment for khan when he was just 15 years old. >> i fully believe he never intended to nor is capable of harming anybody. the mahin i know doesn't have an evil bone in his body. what he does have, your honor, is a family who loves him and miss advantage of the golden opportunity that was presented to him, we likely wouldn't be here today. >> khan will be on lifetime probation once he is released from prison. across america, a man convicted of kidnapping and raping an arizona teen in this report -- 30 years ago is now charged with kidnapping a woman in south
started banging inside a container. they say she was chained by the neck and fed once a day for two months. loved ones say she disappeared with her loved ones after traveling to the property for a cleaning job with her boyfriend. investigators found a shallow grave but are not identifying remains yet. they are trying to piece together what happened. >> we have absolutely right now no way of person deceased -- whether it's male or female or any of those kind of things. >> and this could get even worse. authorities there fear there could be as many as four more bodies in that area. well we are going to be taking a look at some very nice weekend weather.
you may remember these pictures from a couple well, you might remember this, these pictures from a couple of months back. the spacex falcon 9 rocket that exploded during a fueling operation, today elon musk announced that the private company does plan to be back in flight by next month. musk also said exactly what caused the explosion but didn't elaborate on that. he made those comment during an interview on cnbc. your exclusive accuweather forecast with dave munsey on fox 10 news. >> you hate to see that, but it's pretty spectacular, wow. >> the nice thing about these things, it's unmanned, no loss of life. they will figure out what happened and get it right next time. >> a private company. >> yeah. >> it's actually calming down
things are going to settle down. it's going to get real nice for the weekend. hard to believe that last week we had a 100-degree record temperature, 69 degrees right now, a little breeze out of the southeast at seven miles an hour, at fountain hills right now 64, in ahwatukee those temperatures coming down nicely, a little bit of rain, that rain is mostly all off to the north now. now here's phoenix down here. give you a north. we take a little look over in the eastern portion of the state as well. turn on the futurecast, and what does it show you, everything moving out. we get a little cloud cover here and there. but that is about it. look at that. we go to 79 degrees today with the temperature here in phoenix. we had to go a ways back to find that, may 7th is where we ran into another 70-degree temperature. it was 77 for the high.
with a few 80s mixed in down on the desert floor. we had 79 here, 60 for the morning low, 81 and 57 your normal high and low. there's your record high of 95, your record low at 32. here we go with the forecast numbers, and you can see we are going to keep them fairly close to where they have been, that 79 today. we go for 80 tomorrow. you see some larger numbers, some 81 see some nice looking 70s in the forecast around the valley. as we go to the mountains here, 68 in prescott, 55 in flagstaff, over in st. john's -- show low at 67, 79 in tuscon, and 84 is the forecast for gila bend. across the country, the moisture that you see is the stuff coming out of arizona moving into new mexico. we get a little bit of active weather across texas with early storms that really did get some
we are also seeing a little mixture of rain and some freezing rain up into the northwest, but, boy, i'll tell you, these temperatures and all of this has just been beautiful. look at washington today at 50 degrees, 56 in charlotte, 75 in omaha, 74 in wichita, 87 degrees in houston today. look at chicago, those beautiful 60s hanging on there. look at up in montana, 60s, 73 in bismarck, and then we see some 60s up in the northwest. overnight, tomorrow morning, 62 degrees for you. it is the weekend. 80 degrees for your saturday. and then we are going to pick it up just a little on sunday at 82. and then next week we have started out a little warm, but we get back into the seasonal temperatures for this time of year. have a great weekend, and watch your kids around water. all right, dave. thank you. coming up, the chicago cubs celebrating their historic win in historic fashion. the record that was broken while
live from fox studios, fox 10 news is back. well, the celebration is not over for chicago cubs fans around the country. following the world series win, and here this arizona, the biltmore having some fun enjoying the championship. today they posted some pictures on twitter with the w flag and they also said to attend the parade today but we are flying the w all over biltmore. congrats, cubs, and they have been saying it all throughout the play-offs and they finally got the chance to do it, the city of chicago partied like it was 1908. take a look at the size of this crowd, millions of people, estimated, 5 million showed up to welcome the cubs home after welcoming the world series, beating the indians in extra innings to get their first world
world series mvp ben zobrist -- >> this game gives a lot of individual rewards, but this is definitely a team award for this team. this is a team full of mvps, and we are a city of mvps. >> everybody took the day off, somehow, and an estimated 5 million people gathered there. that makes it the largest human gathering in u.s. history. wow. and take a look at the picture of where fans left buckets of green apples around his gravestone. if you're not familiar, it's a play on when the late broadcaster said sure as bad god made green apples, someday the chicago cubs are going to be in the world series, and he was right. >> yeah, what a week it's been for the major league baseball fans, especially cub fans and how about dback fans?
hazen, familiar with lovullo, 30 years of experience, 14 as a player, 16 as a coach. he spent the last four years as a bench coach in the major leagues, which could be why he beat out nevin. for now, a look at his resum?, i'll tell you what, it's a pretty good he helped the red sox win the world series in 2013, and this really is important. he had a stint as a manager in 2015, posting a winning stint in 49 games. we hoop it up thanks to the suns taking on the pelicans in new orleans. what a game this turned out to be. with epick it up late. -- we pick it up late.
we are tied. but, oh, it's not over yet. here come the pelicans. lance stevenson, falling down, hits the jumpers with two seconds left. suns say, oh, yeah, booker at the buzzer nails it. in ot, devin booker coming up big tonight, 38 points, a career high. how about that, the shooter's touch, nice touch right here off the top of the backboard. the suns still down by 1, and oh, by the way, how about this play right here, t.j. ward gets open, dumps the ball. but there's seven seconds left. one last chance for new orleans. not going to happen. the suns win it final score 112-111. wow. what a game. back-to-back wins for the suns. more local stuff, some college hockey for you, the sun devils taking on michigan in glendale,
jo lapin lights the lamp. will lockwood on the breakaway, not much you can do about that. watch the replay, from point-blank range, that easy. adam wibborg stays with it, 4-1 the final, arizona beats michigan out in glendale. the looking to down the ducks, easier said than done. the duckses way too much, anaheim beats arizona, final score 5-1. tough night for both hockey teams but a good day for the dbacks. >> sure has been. thanks, richard for helping us tonight. modern family is up next.
well, she didn't show up to school the next day, and i heard that she slept over at his dorm. no way. mm-hmm. seriously, are you surprised? do you not know carly? have you seen what she wears to school? girls, let's cool it on the gossip, okay? it's not right, and carly's got enough problems. what do you mean? well, her mom can't get through soccer practice without a thermos of chardonnay, and don't get me started on the dad. that guy is-- (brakes squeal, horn honks) oh! oh, my god! oh, my god! (haley) mom! oh! this is such a dangerous intersection! did i get lipstick on my face? no, you're fine. and consider yourself lucky you didn't just get, like, felt up by your mom. they need to get a stop sign. what is your obsession with traffic? it's an obsession with safety. one of these days, joe speeder's gonna come tearing through here, and somebody's gonna--aah! (phil) aah! aah! oh! i'm okay. (claire) oh! oh, my god! i'm okay. oh, hey, guys. phil? yeah. no, i'm good. gotta keep moving. keep the heart rate up. oh. okay.